New Delhi, Dec 5: The perfectionist of Bollywood Aamir Khan was recently spotted in an elated mood, after his latest film 'Talaash' received a positive opening response at the box office and appreciative reviews from critics and audience as well.
The 47-year-old actor, who made his comeback to the silver screen with his new suspense drama after a gap of three years, asserted that he is happy with the positive reaction from the audience and the "great collection" made by the movie.
"I am really happy that the film is being received well by the audience and the box office collections it has been making. The opening weekend of the film went really well and even on Monday the film made great collection," he said.
"The reaction from the majority of the audience that I have been getting matches my emotions when I first read the script. So, I am really very happy with that," he said.
Aamir also said that the entire cast and crew associated with the movie deserved a grand party to celebrate the endeavor and dedication that had been put in the flick.
"We would love to have a success party and I think the entire team deserves that. Everyone has put in a lot of effort and as the film as been doing so well, I am confident; I will also speak to Ritesh (Sidwani) - the co-producer of the film - to organise a party. People have put in a lot of effort in this film, we should celebrate now," he added. (ANI)